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in the midwest. for the first time there are no cities in virginia or florida in the top ten. at least not for now. >>> i had, i don't know, 20-something jobs before i got elected president, but this is the first time in my life i ever got to be the warm-up act for bruce springsteen. >> 45-minute warm-up act, and it was a good 45 minutes. welcome back to "hardball." 19 days to the election, and barack obama is bringing in the big guns. the big dog and the boss. two legends in their own time. they came together for a joint appearance near cleveland this afternoon, and they made the sales pitch for the president's re-election and i guess energized a lot of blue collar voters out there who love this guy, rust belt people, hoping to shore up what i call the scranton/oshkosh corridor, where we make things in this country. i want to offer up a small thought, i think obama has yet to hit the right note about the auto industry and saving it. i think autos in this country are part of our culture. we love cars, loved the new models when we were kids. the fact we make our own cars and we're leadi
to buildings in the city. there's some damage to the infrastructure here. but, again, we can't get to exactly how much damage because those first responders we've been talking about all night aren't going to get out and really assess things until this storm moves through. so right now we're in a situation where we know there's some damage. we know there's some flooding. but the extent of that won't be known until sometime tomorrow morning. >> how far is it and it's been a little while since i've been to cape may, how far from the actual waterfront to where homes are? >> it's probably, chris, and this is just eyeballing the situation, but it's probably 300 to 400 yards till you get to the first homes and also you have some hotels and things like that along the shoreline here. i can tell you i talked to one home owner maybe an hour ago who had made the trip, we're holed up in a hotel at one of the highest points in cape may. made the trip a couple blocks to check on his home. what he said at that point that there had been some water that had breached the home and had gotten inside. not to the p
about water level. i have heard about new york city retrofitting itself for a higher sea level and the fact it's going to happen over time. now you have this first incidence of water level, the lincoln tunnel, the holland tunnel is closed. how much damage can water do to a metropolis like new york? >> oh, my goodness, you get water in the subway system and you start dealing with the electrical transmission lines and, you know, you could have extensive damage there. as a matter of fact, if they start hearing that those tunnels are filling with water, you know, you know what you do -- and we see this all the time with tropical systems, they will shut down the electric grid. they will start shutting down to prevent power loss in transformers, you know, dealing with all that electricity. so, you know, i think that's the big thing. and i think 7 to 9:00 tonight we'll find out if we're going to get water in the subways. but if reports were from last year with irene that we were within a foot of getting water in the subways and now the surge is already 2.2 feet higher than it was with
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